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Unit 1: Functions and Their Graphs
Day 8: September 20th. Objective: Students will evaluate the difference quotient given a function. Students will translate functions up,down,left, and right. Notes and Problems: PC1-5NotesandProblems Glue In: PC 1-5 Glue In Complete Glue In: PC1-5NotesScan Class Assignment: PC1-6Exploration Homework: p 150 #’s 81-84 all (Just evaluate the difference quotient for each of them). p. 162 #’s 1-24 all (Make sure to sketch the graph and write the equation for all of them). Helpful Video #1: Transformations 1 Helpful Video #2: Transformations 2 Helpful Video #3: Transformations 3 Helpful Video #4: Transformations 4
Day 7: September 18th. Objective: Students will prove their knowledge by completing a unit test.
Day 6: September 14th. Objective: Students will summarize concepts and review for a chapter test. Review: PC1-Review Review Answer Key: PC1ReviewKey Homework: Complete the review, check your answers, and study for the test next class.
Day 5: September 12th. Objective: Students will determine if a function is even, odd, or neither both algebraically and graphically. Glue In Notes: PC1-4 Notes Completed Glue In Notes: PC1-4CompleteNotes IN Class Assignment KEY: PC1-4PracticeProblemsKey Group Practice Quiz: PC1-GroupPracticeQuiz Group Quiz Key: PC1GroupQuizKey Homework: p. 148 #’s 9-23 odd (Part c only) #’s 41-53 odd (Determine even/odd/neither algebraically).
Day 4: September 8th. Objective: Students will identify intervals for when a function is concave up and concave down. Students will identify local minima and maxima as well as absolute minimum and maximum. Notes: PC1-3Notes (Completed Notes From Class Homework: p. 151 #’s 85-88 ALL #’s 95 – 101 Graph with assistance from a device, find the Intervals Increasing/Decreasing, Local Max/Min, as well as find the intervals the graph is concave up/down. Also: #103 (TOTAL PROBLEMS – 13). Video on Increasing/Decreasing and Concavity: YouTube. Video on problem #103: YouTube
Day 3: September 6th. Objective: Students will identify intervals for when a function is increasing and decreasing including problems involving piecewise functions. Notes: PC1-2Notes Homework: p. 148 #1-8 all, 9-25 odd NOT (c).
Day 2: September 1st. Objective: Students will find the domain of a function algebraically and graphically. Students will find the range of a function graphically. Notes: PC1-1Notes (updated). Assignment/Homework: p. 125 #’s 1-13 odd, #’s 21-63 odd. Show work (including drawing graphs). Use these scans to do homework if you don’t have a book yet. 2.1-prob.-set-page-1 and 2.1-prob.-set-page-2. Helpful Video: Domain and Range (Basic).
Day 1: August 30th. Objective: Students will read syllabus, understand course expectations, and pre-assess unit 1 material. Syllabus: Syllabus Worksheet/Homework: Day 1 what do you know. Helpful Notes from Class: PC1-0 Notes Scan Supplemental Links: Is it a function? or What is a function?